Fadhel Abdelkefi denies devaluation of Tunisian dinar

In an interview with the French weekly “La Tribune”, Minister of Investment, Development and International Cooperation Fadhel Abdelkefi refuted the idea of a devaluation of the Tunisian dinar. “Never!”, He replied to a question in this sense of the journalist, explaining “we have experienced an implicit competitive devaluation, not an administrative devaluation” thus refuting the alarm signal sent by the Arab Institute of Business Leaders (IACE ) in its last report. In fact, the IACE asked whether the Central Bank of Tunisia would not follow its Egyptian colleague who devalued…

COP22 in Marrakech: Tunisia participates with 120-member delegation

Riadh Mouakher, Minister of Environment and Local Affairs, announced Tueday that the Tunisian delegation participating in the COP22 in Marrakech is made up of 120 members from different ministries, social organizations, civil society, and some MPs. In a statement to Express FM Correspondent in Marrakech Wassim Ben Larbi, the minister affirmed that Tunisia is concerned with the problem of global warming especially as our coastline stretches over 1000 kilometers. Riadh Mouakher added that Tunisia will present tomorrow Wednesday its vision of this issue and its proposal to integrate it into…

Chawki Tabib: fight against corruption is going through difficulties

According to local radio Mosaique FM, president of National Anti- Corruption Authority Chawki Tabib recognized when signing a partnership agreement with the Libyan Anti-Corruption Authority that this process is going through difficulties in Tunisia regarding the role of justice. Chawki Tabib said that these difficulties are attributed to the lack of clarity as regards the transitional justice process and means of the financial judicial pole and the absence of a clear legislative framework. Chedli Berhouma Share+1TweetShare0 Shares

Tunisia to offer $50 billion of projects to foreign investors

– Tunisia will offer foreign investors and financiers participation in $50 billion of projects as it seeks to create jobs to maintain political stability, the country’s investment minister said. The projects range from construction of a new deep-water port at Enfidha in northern Tunisia to desalination plants and energy-generating projects. They will be announced at an international investment conference late this month. Investors from 70 countries are expected to come to Tunisia for the conference, Fadhel Abdelkefi, Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, said in an interview at the…